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    CITAM Church’s Sh2.5 billion annual profit shocks Kenyans.

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    Many Kenyans were taken aback when Christ is the Answer Ministries (CITAM) released its financial report for the year 2021.

    The church said that it had made almost Sh 2.5 billion in the previous year.

    The audit also showed that the church had a surplus margin of 20.3% for church operations, which is a significant amount.

    As part of their groundbreaking announcement, the church revealed that they had acquired a moving truck to aid in their evangelistic efforts. On the other hand, it wasn’t everything.

    Many believers lauded the church for purchasing a vehicle to assist in spreading the gospel, but one woman said that the money for the truck came from a member of the church.

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